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Jan 17, 2013 11:00pm EST
of michigan. [applause] secretary of state luke johnson. [applause] as well as the attorney general of the state of michigan. [applause] all the members of my cabinet. [applause] thank you. i would like to thank all the ladies and gentlemen of the legislature. thank you for your partnership. [applause] i want to thank the citizens of michigan this opportunity. it is an honor to be your governor. [applause] have a special thank you. i would request that every member that is in the military services or armed services we stand. [applause] thank you. [applause] >> they deserve a special thank you. i would like to share a couple moments with you any trip last april. one special thing happened that i would share with you. it was with the 125th infantry in afghanistan, a national guard unit. when i arrived, they asked me to do a ceremony. i had the opportunity to swear people in to reenlist them in the michigan national guard at an operating base in harms way. those are special people. we need to say thank you to anyone serving. to give you some perspective, we had well over 1000 michigand
Jan 16, 2013 11:00pm EST
this a great deal, hunting is written about it, simon johnson, a great scholar has written about it and others, that what has happened is one of the reasons we have not clicked as quickly as possible and recovering from the crisis is because the transition mechanism for monetary policy is combed out. think of it as sludge on the motor of your ancient. it's hard to get pistons to move. we provide the fuel to central bank. it has to be transmitted into the economy to me not only have to inducer and sent people to step on the accelerator to create more jobs, that's a matter of having to write laws, regulations, tax incentives and so on, that has to be transmitted through the banking system and the sphinx in such deep trouble in control so much of the asset haven't focused on other things. so they're interfering with the effectiveness of accommodated monetary policy. if you get people to understand this is hurting job creation in the district, think you have more political support. i believe the support is gaining ground. it's not just a question of fairness. it is a question of efficacy and i bel
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